Great Scientific Experiments

Author by : Rom Harre
Languange : en
Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : Vivid, readable, accurate tales of landmark inquiries include Aristotle's work on embryology of the chick, Galileo's discovery of the law of descent, Newton's experiment on nature of colors, more.


Great Scientific Experiments

Author by : Rom Harré
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : Depicts the investigations and important discoveries of scientists, such as Isaac Newton, Galileo, Louis Pasteur, Michael Faraday, and Konrad Lorenz


Great Scientists In Action

Author by : Edward Shevick
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lorenz Educational Press
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Description : Learn about the accomplishments of great scientists, how an event in childhood often awakened a curiosity and interest that developed into a lifetime study. Get to know famous scientests such as: Isaac Newton, George Washington Carver, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein and many others. Experiment with gravity, peanut butter, paper airplanes and more!


Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments Inventions And Discoveries Of The 17th Century

Author by : Michael Windelspecht
Languange : en
Publisher by : Greenwood Publishing Group
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Description : More than fifty entries, arranged alphabetically, explore the major scientific and mathematical achievements of the seventeenth century.


How The Great Scientists Reasoned

Author by : Gary G. Tibbetts
Languange : en
Publisher by : Newnes
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Description : The scientific method is one of the most basic and essential concepts across the sciences, ensuring that investigations are carried out with precision and thoroughness. The scientific method is typically taught as a step-by-step approach, but real examples from history are not always given. This book teaches the basic modes of scientific thought, not by philosophical generalizations, but by illustrating in detail how great scientists from across the sciences solved problems using scientific reason. Examples include Christopher Columbus, Joseph Priestly, Antoine Lavoisier, Michael Faraday, Wilhelm Röntgen, Max Planck, Albert Einstein, and Niels Bohr. Written by a successful research physicist who has engaged in many studies and years of research, all in the attempt to extract the secrets of nature, this book captures the excitement and joy of research. The process of scientific discovery is as delightfully absorbing, as complex, and as profoundly human as falling in love. It can be a roller coaster ride of despairing valleys and exhilarating highs. This book sketches the powerful reasoning that led to many different discoveries, but also celebrates the "ah-ha moments" experienced by each scientist, letting readers share the thrilling instant when each scientist reached the critical revelation in his research. Places the scientific method in context using historical examples Suitable for both scientists and non-scientists looking to better understand scientific reasoning Written in an engaging style with clear illustrations and referencing


Great Experiments In Physics

Author by : Morris H. Shamos
Languange : en
Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : Starting with Galileo's experiments with motion, this study of 25 crucial discoveries includes Newton's laws of motion, Chadwick's study of the neutron, Hertz on electromagnetic waves, and more.


Key Concepts In Geography

Author by : Sarah Holloway
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : Defining the key terms that inform the language of geography and define the geographical imagination: space, time, place, scale, landscape, this volume provides definitions of terms from both human and physical geography.


The Scientist As Philosopher

Author by : Friedel Weinert
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : How do major scientific discoveries reshape their originators’, and our own, sense of reality and concept of the physical world? The Scientist as Philosopher explores the interaction between physics and philosophy. Clearly written and well illustrated, the book first places the scientist-philosophers in the limelight as we learn how their great scientific discoveries forced them to reconsider the time-honored notions with which science had described the natural world. Then, the book explains that what we understand by nature and science have undergone fundamental conceptual changes as a result of the discoveries of electromagnetism, thermodynamics and atomic structure. Even more dramatically, the quantum theory and special theory of relativity questioned traditional assumptions about causation and the passage of time. The author concludes that the dance between science and philosophy is an evolutionary process, which will keep them forever entwined.


Reports From Commissioners

Author by : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Languange : en
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The Philosophy Of Scientific Experimentation

Author by : Hans Radder
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Pittsburgh Pre
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Description : Since the late 1980s, the neglect of experiment by philosophers and historians of science has been replaced by a keen interest in the subject. In this volume, a number of prominent philosophers of experiment directly address basic theoretical questions, develop existing philosophical accounts, and offer novel perspectives on the subject, rather than rely exclusively on historical cases of experimental practice. Each essay examines one or more of six interconnected themes that run throughout the collection: the philosophical implications of actively and intentionally interfering with the material world while conducting experiments; issues of interpretation regarding causality; the link between science and technology; the role of theory in experimentation involving material and causal intervention; the impact of modeling and computer simulation on experimentation; and the philosophical implications of the design, operation, and use of scientific instruments.